5 Ways to Automate Your Social Media Marketing

Having a social media presence serves as proof, and as such is insanely important for certain type of businesses. Yours might very well be one of them so in this post we are going to look at a number of ways to automate this, simply because you have a business to run and might not be hooked to your screen all day long. Even if you do work behind a computer all day it can be very distracting and you don’t get to do your actual work.

Heck, you might even get addicted to the non-stop stream of new information that appears on your timelines at sites like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Telegram, and well the list is kind of endless so let’s break it up here.

Facebook

Facebook has a post scheduler built-in so you don’t need any additional tools to make this work. You might want to hire someone that comes up with a schedule of things to post though. Monday post this, Tuesday that, and so on. All you then have to do is approve all of it, and spend an hour loading it into the schedule so that there’s something new each day of the week. Don’t forget to plug your service at least once a week as you obviously want to monetize it in such a way that you can at least afford the freelancer that you outsource the schedule too. If you are just starting it would be easy to get yourself some likes first, you can buy them at places like Fiverr.

Twitter

Same as on Facebook Twitter has its very own scheduler, making your job a lot easier. In addition, there is a wide range of services available that make your posts stand out. The way to do this is by purchasing retweets and likes, the more people share it and like it, the higher the chance others do the same. You can even take it one step further by purchasing followers. These services are so advanced that they follow a whole bunch of people and automatically unfollow them if they don’t follow you back. This to keep it as spam-free as possible.

Instagram

Instagram probably wins the crown when it comes to automating your account. New services keep popping up left and right so there is probably a lot of demand for it. More than I would initially think. The services range from comments, likes, followers to completely managed services where as soon as you sign up they assign you a dedicated manager to set your goals to do it in the most effective way. I just read about an Instagram automation tool that’s literally 100% hands-off. A simple set and forget function that truly works like no others.

Telegram

This is a relatively new one that doesn’t depend on likes or any other social signals. The only thing that matters is the number of members, and not even so much the engagement among them. Instead, it has become more of a tool to show off. I’m not a fan of Telegram at all as it’s one huge spammy chat channel that is kind of hard to automate though Telegram does have some unique features that other platforms don’t offer. Either way the only way to automate the growth is to buy members, and they come quite cheap. Whether they are real or not remains the question.